Sweden: Terrorist Was Rejected 'Refugee' From Uzbekistan, Sympathized With ISISChris Menahan
Apr. 09, 2017
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The refujihadist who killed four people in Sweden on Friday was an ISIS sympathizer from Uzbekistan who has his asylum request rejected in December.
The main suspect in the deadly Stockholm truck rampage is a rejected asylum-seeker and an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) sympathizer, according to investigators. A second suspect in the case has also been arrested.
“The Migration Agency rejected it in June 2016 and also decided that he was to be expelled,” Hysing added.
The police made around 500 interviews and gathered a large amount of evidence and numerous eyewitness reports, according to police official Jan Evensson.20,000 Swedes responded to the attack by holding a "lovefest" vigil:
The Swedish government asked people to open up their homes to Muslims migrants and tweet #OpenStockholm in response to the attack.
The media is shielding people from seeing the dead.
11-year-old Ebba Åkerlund was killed on her way home from school. Graphic pictures on social media show she was literally split in half.
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